From Hat Trick's "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" to Celador's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?," from 19 Group's "American Idol" to Hartswood's "Coupling," the British invasion of U.S. airwaves has been…
California's fight against runaway production has taken another bullet. Amid cuts aimed to narrow the state's $38 billion budget deficit, the California Film Commission's 2003-04 funding was slashed…
Road grosses were at a standstill during Week 9 (July 21-27), dropping by just a few hundred dollars, or 0.2%. Total B.O. for the 14 shows reporting was $12,102,324.
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"The folks who haven't gone off on holiday and are still in town obviously have better things to do than go to the movies," griped one German exhib last week, summing up the sleepy summer season in…
Bertelsmann is the last remaining super power in German commercial TV, so it seems fitting that its new Berlin home was once the high command of the city's military forces.
Stereotypes aside, even the French can have a boring time in bed -- if the number of couples flocking to see Didier Bourdon's "Seven Years of Marriage" is any gauge.
Noises Off: It's turning into a big year for Richard Adler.
Benny Chan Muk-sing says he has grown up. The 42-year-old Hong Kong director and producer responsible for action hits like "Big Bullet," "Gen-X Cops" and its sequel "Gen-Y Cops" has spent a couple of…
The beleaguered Canal Plus Group's "movies and sport" premium channel is attempting to make good on its aim of becoming Gaul's answer to HBO.
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Australia's legit biz is rallying after a six-month slump that affected subscription companies and the commercial producers. The top two subscription houses, Sydney Theater Co. and Melbourne Theater…